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Paul Hayes 17 August at Assuming you want to continue, here’s what I am using. Newer Post Older Post Home.
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I use the proper cc-debugger, never tried it with anything else. Once you’ve done this you will never be able to load a Ciseco firmware back onto the module.
Firstly, this includes the libraries for the cc chip. Use cc-tool to c1110 to the connected XRF module with this command note, this is the point of no return, once you’ve ran this your XRF module will no longer work with any standard Ciseco firmware files: So far I’ve only done this with an older v1.
I don’t see why it shouldn’t work on newer ones though. Cc110 documentation on the Ciseco website shows which pins you can access. Or is CC-Debugger the only device that can program it?
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This is really excellent information. Then it defines a simple function to delay the CPU for a small amount of time it’s not very accurate but a decent enough example for this. Use git to download dtasheet source and then build it like so: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
The equivalent when trying out a new microcontroller is to blink an LED. You were quite right, a mistake in the diagram.
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This is what sdcc will do.
I have pushed an update to my github repo. If I change the settings to: Here is a diagram showing the connections I used: Note that not all pins are present on the cc and even less are broken out to a physical pin on the XRF module.
Unless someone figures out their bootloader but I suspect it requires some kind of encryption key in order to use it. All this can be supplied by the likes of Farnell or Maplin Electronics or even just from ebay if you don’t have them already.
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Gadjet Nut 5 December at I have a ccc1110 it might be interference as I have several systems using mhz here now I am also playing around with Lorawan devices.
It is possible that Ciseco will do this for you if you post the module back to them but they may not be interested in doing that. Now to cross-compile the c code for the architecture and generate an Intel hex file which can be burnt to the XRF module. You’ll have to get a CC Debugger or implement the interface yourself which I’ve never found worth my time when this has come up for me. It gets datashet on the transmit.
Prototyping board aka ‘breadboard’a selection of jumper wires, an LED and a resistor of value at least ohms. It’s not a million miles off milliseconds. Simply install the sdcc package from your Linux distribution’s package installer.
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The important one will be called “test. Gadjet Nut 4 December at ddatasheet Paul Hayes 5 December at After using the Linux compiler and your makefile it works well! Note that the ten-pin connection is shown as you are looking at the end of the ribbon cable with it connected to the cc-debugger, pin one is bottom left.